WATCH: ‘Flower bros’ go viral after making hilarious wedding entrance

The groom and his friends celebrate the wedding
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Two guys are putting a new twist on the traditional “flower girl” and everyone’s getting a kick out of it.

Jake Harper and Ryan Roach are now known as the “flower bros” after going viral for putting on a hilarious wedding entrance on their friends' special day.

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The two friends entered the guest-filled ceremony in full wedding attire while sporting tinted shades and fanny-packs filled with flower pedals.

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Harper and Roach then strutted down the aisle to the tune of “The Business” by Tiësto, busting their moves and throwing flower pedals in the process.

“The bride definitely gave us kind of free feign to do whatever we wanted to do, but we tried to keep it classy,” “Flower bro” Roach told Good Morning America.

“We’re not ones to do things average. So when we were given the opportunity, we decided to spice it up as much as possible, do what we could to honor them because they are such good friends of ours," he said.

The video shows wedding guests clapping and laughing to the memorable wedding surprise, and internet fans are loving their wedding creativity. The video has since been viewed on TikTok 16.4 million times and received 2.3 million likes.

“I swear if this doesn’t happen at my wedding I don’t want a wedding,” one TikTok user replied.

“Flower bro” Harper told GMA, “Everyone after the wedding just kind of joked about it, and said how much they loved it, how funny it was, how much they want it in their wedding.”

“I’m pretty sure when they asked us to do it, they were fulling expecting us to go over the top because they picked me and Jake for a reason, because they knew we were going to be the best,” he continued.

Harper says that if the two “stole any of [the bride and groom's] thunder,” then “that’s their own fault.”

We definitely agree.

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